At Baselworld, Ulysse Nardin introduced its new limited-edition piece, the Perpetual Manufacture, an ultimate icon in the watchmaking world.
Between the two biggest events of the watchmaking business, the SIHH and Baselworld, the Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin launched his new timepiece, the Perpetual Manufacture.
Classical and elegant in its design, this exceptional timepiece adopts a retro style exceedingly pleasing to the eye. In an 18 carat red gold or platinum, this magnificent watch is a limited-edition of 250 pieces in each version. A serial number will of course be engraved on the back of the watch, making the watch a unique model.
The leather straps with a practical deployment clasp will surround the 43 mm case of the Perpetual Manufacture. Th latter will be decorated with the watchmaker’s name Ulysse Nardin and with the anchor, symbole of the famous House.
…Hiding an unmatched technology
The Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin equipped its new perpetual calendar with a high-tech mechanism. For those who are new to this notion, a perpetual calendar takes into account leap years. In other words, the watch’s calendar will not need to be adjusted until the year 2100.
Manufactured with a self-winding movement, the watch shows the date, indicating the day, the month and the year. Celebrating infinity, the new Perpetual Manufacture is powered by the Caliber UN-32. This allows the calendar to be adjusted backwards and forward to take into account leap years, making this watch the most advanced perpetual calendar in the history of watchmaking. To illustrate the perpetual movement of its new watch, the infinity symbol features on the dial.
The watch features a dual time function: a twelve hours clock on the dial and a 24 hour clock on the rehaut.